You’ll find lots of variety in this week’s gluten-free meal plan from Thai Peanut Wraps to Hummus Crusted Chicken to homemade Pizza there is a delicious line up of recipes. And don’t miss my family’s favorite cake!
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Thai Peanut Wraps – Veggies, garlic chicken, and tangy-sweet peanut sauce make these Thai Peanut Wraps irresistible! They’re also dairy free and have a low-carb option
Hummus Crusted Chicken – Plain hummus works great but you could also try a flavored one in this skillet recipe.
Slow Cooker Cube Steaks – My husband doesn’t request this like he used to, but he still likes to be reminded of when it was on of his favorite foods.
Tilapia (or other light fish) with Tomatoes – I can’t find a good source for tilapia, but this is also great with cod or other light fish.
Carrot Broccoli Bacon Salad – It’s always nice to serve vegetables in different ways, and this salad has the flavorful addition of bacon. You can’t go wrong with that!
Southwestern Pasta – This side dish is great for a cookout or could be packed in a school or work lunch.
Drop Biscuits – These biscuits are nice and soft in texture. They’re just delightful.
Cinnamon Pear Muffins – Cinnamon and pears make these muffins perfect for this time of year.
Banana Walnut Muffins – These grain-free muffins are made with coconut flour and are nice and moist.
Carrot Cake – This remains my family’s favorite cake, and everyone loves it, gluten free or not.
Apple Crisp – This apple crisp is paleo but you don’t have to eat paleo all the time to enjoy it.